'Ich, take the to my weddid wyf, to haven and to holden, for fayrer, for fouler, for bettur, for wors, for richer, for porer, in seknesse and in helthe, fro, thys tyme forward, til dethe us departe, if holichurche will it orden: and therto I pliht the my treuthe'
'With this ring I the wedde, and this gold and selver i theyere, and with my bodi I the worschepe, and with all my worldy catel I the honour'
'Iche, take the to my weddid husband, to haven and to holden, for fayrer, for fouler, for better, for wors, for richer, for porer, in seknesse and in helthe, to be bondlich and buxom in bed and at burde tyl dethe us departe'
A good friend of mine is planning to have a fourteenth century wedding at the Pensic after next, so here is some research links for reference.
Great resource for info on medieval weddings
Some history about wedding dresses, but take with a grain of salt, (I have never seem an image of a cotehardie split up the middle)
Some wedding tradtions and how they orginated.
Edited to get right of strange highlighting and add artwork